Paris: Small-Group Catacombs Tour with Skip-the-Line Entry
- Small group
- Skip the ticket line
- Duration: 1.5 hours
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Antoine was excellent! Very friendly and professional. We had a small group, 5 people which was nice. We went on January 3rd, and in the morning it was pretty empty which was wonderful!! It’s truly an astounding sight to see. However around 2- the crowds came and its very narrow, hard to walk, the restaurants filled up. Antoine said this was considered slow! He said in busy season- everyone marches slowlyyyy up the narrow street all bottle necking. If you get anxiety in crowds or small spaces, I would only go in a slow season. I’m so glad we got to experience it though. My favorite part was walking up to it, so surreal. Couldn’t put my camera down. Oh! To get away from the crowds, navigate to the wall ramparts, the walk is relatively empty and peaceful. The crepe place recommended to us by a friend “la sirene”, a hidden gem...not so hidden anymore. It’s upstairs from a souvineer shop with a big line. Overall lovely tour. Antoine was great!!! Thank you thank you !!!!
It was the highlight of our holiday trip!!! Cecilia was our guide, super attentive to everyone taking thw tour: curious kids as well as grown ups. I signed up with my friend and had lots of fun riding the bikes, putting together our picninc basket and just learning and walking with the group. I would 1000% do this again!
Even though we were the only ones on the tour - it went on ad schedulef Our driver guide - Tony. Was a history major at university and gave us a weslth of information that we would not have learned on our own. The tour is a MUST SEE when visiting Paris and Tony is sbsolutely the guy to request.
Adam was incredible. Very well-informed with a great energy, funny, and did an excellent job of maneuvering us through the crowds at the Louvre. It was money very well-spent! If you have any further questions I'm at email@example.com.
This was a wonderful tour of both Giverny and Versailles with seemingly perfect timing being first in the doors for the opening of the Gardens and missing most of the crowds that grow throughout the day.